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March 29, 1925 - Image 16

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The Michigan Daily, 1925-03-29

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SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1923

from the stage production produced
some ten years ago under the name of
* "Checkers." It is the story of
C inem a Checkers, a young jockey, who ruled
off the track in one of the familiar
frame ups of the old turf days, be-
comes a grocery clerk, and falls in
love with his employers daughter.
The Wuerti While there he buys a vicious and un-
The bill at the Wuert treatre for lbreakable horse named Remorse,
the first four days of the week wilt iwhich he trains and enters in a $10,-
feature George Beban in his latest 000 .race. Ivents thereafter occur
prodluction "The Greatest Love o rapidly and with great variety. Thc
All." The story was written, the usual small reels will be shown in
cast assembled, and the picture super-sadditiels wtolthe fhawnre.
vised and directed by Mr. Beban who, additien to the feature.
in addition, plays the leading role with
his usual facility for delineating , The Maestic
Italian characters. The story opens! A radio frolic has been planned thisa
in New York's east side, where Joe, iweek at the Majestic theatre, when six
an Italian ice-man, is shown prepar ,entertainers from various broadcast-
ing to welcome his "sweetheart" from ing stations will appear in person.
Italy. She turns out to be his mother, Music, songs, an announcer, and even
whose arrival precipitates numerous the bedtime stories will be included in
complications. The mother is wrong, the program. The feature picture
ly accused of crime, and Joe frantical. which will run through Wednesday, is1
ly tries to shield her. The scenes "Smoldering Fires" a somewhat dra-
then-move through somewhat exciting matic story which is relieved, how- j
and touching episodes to the climax. ever, by real comedy brought in in
The comedy which will be shown a logical and consistent manner. Thej
with this picture is "Now or Never" story was written especially for Paul-
with Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis. line Frederick and I aura LaPlante
A Pullman car is the background for who are co-starred. Miss FrederickI
three reels of real fun. The agile has the role of a middle aged woman
Harold travels under the train, where! who, after devoting years to the man-
he becomes involved in a fight with ipulation of a factory left her by her
a tramp, is on top of the train, when father, falls in love with an employee
it reaches a tunnel, and in the train half her age. Before the marriage thej
where a four year old girl left in his husband-to-be and her younger "is-
charge causes him no end of trouble. ter-played by Laura LaPlante-fall
The story is that of an impetuous in lcve with each other but conceal
young man who makes all haste to the fact in order to insure the older
keep the promise made to his child- 'sisters happiness. The wife learns
hood sweetheart to return to her on the true situation soon enough and
her eighteenth birthday and ask her to makes her sacrifice in a way which
marry him. The Girl is on the train conceals her broken heart and leaves
with a child for whom she is govern- the two lovers to each other. Malcolm
ess and whom she is taking without MacCregor portrays the good looking
its parents consent. When the child's young husband. 'uly Marshall east
father appears on the same Pullman as a confidential adviser for Miss
the Girl turns the child over to Har-Frederick, contributes both humor an(I
old. Inexperienced in the care of pathos, while the straight comedy
children, these scenes suppl.y some roles are in the hands of Wand4
good laughs. Hawley, Helen Lynch and George
The latter part of the week a Fox Cooper. An. "Our Gang" comedy
special will be shown, "Gold Heels","Commencement Days," a new Aesop
with Robert Agnew in the leading Fable cartoon and news reels will be
role. The picture is an adaptation shown also.

During the last of the week "The i ton Ted Party, the Battle of Trenton,I cobiine te produce the finished pro
Rag Man" will be presented featuring Washington crossing the Delaware duction on the screen. A twenty piece
Jackie Coogan in another tattered and are a part of the tapestry in which olehwstra will furnish the music dur-
tne the week. The lest three (lays a
torn production such as made him love affair of Janice and Charlesareels will
finulus in 'Tie Kid.' Jackie is seen; PVnes-Harrison lwe A is the out- heslown as N vll.
as little Tim Kelly who escap~ed from standing design. Marion Davies is aI-
a ibruring orphanage and attached charming and capricious Janice, and PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
himself for good to an 01(1 Jewish iarrison Ford, a debonair young Eng-~~
junk dealer, forming soon the partner- ;lishman. who throws his lot with the
ship of Kelly and Ginsberg. There are ! b, l forces. holbrook Blinn gives a
fncmedy possibilities even in the name fine characterization as usual of the sfpb£in
of such a firm. Tim proxcs to he a charming but, despisable villain. Miss * 1/
hor: business man. He wages wartaice wears many beautiful costumes Th indieidual, d ole raitr
af~ainst rival ,unirta.er Eex Ioeiswearsmany eautBul cotumOs
againythiariank sealers, helps of th picturesque style of the period, NR TO HO OR TNIR mAKER! Direct from
tae by ri h s er n d fn allye and the rest of the cast are arrayed uededand. Bigreeatbuineea. eli eror
ol to right the wons (ne te i in sartorial splendor at times, such EW.IITJAN.Gen. .CHICAGO SHIRT COMPANY
0n(u manwhich heos nn n- as the Philadelphia ball room scenes.
geniouls andl humorous manner. Once Potography, settings and direction
again Jackie is a regular American
boy, in a funny and human story. -----
The Pantheon singers will appear on
the stage.




The Arcade
"Janice Me 'editlh" with Marion
Davies in the title role is one of those
pictures containing ability and beauty
upo(n which a lavish expenditure was
made. In addition to these qualities it
pa ses the rare attributes of beau-
ty, cha~m, and romantic flavor that
mao it a pleasurable necessity to
see it. It is the romance of a girl
and a man back in early days of this
country, and the diffictaltnies which
ther love overcame. The colorful
story ofd the struggle of the American
colonists for their indepllendence forms
a background for the prin cipal theme
which is particularly interesting in
that it is so familiar to us. The hIos-

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